Sithembiso Freeman Nomvalo
Freeman is a non-executive director of various companies. He was the CEO of the State Information Technology Agency. With over 25 years’ work experience, 17 of which were at a senior level in the public and private sectors, he was the first African and longest-serving Accountant-General of a democratic South Africa. During this time, he served on multiple public sector boards. He led the team that drafted and presented the Audit Profession Act 2005 and worked with 18 Caribbean countries at the request of the Commonwealth Secretariat to develop their country governance framework.
Freeman assisted Judge Christopher R Nicholson in the committee on the ministerial probe into the financial affairs of Cricket South Africa. He recently served on the Ntsebeza Inquiry into certain SAICA members employed by KPMG South Africa during various engagements with public and/or private entities. He was appointed CEO in February 2019.